Definitions for "Undercut"
To cut away, as the side of an object, so as to leave an overhanging portion.
to weaken the effectiveness of; to undermine or sabotage (an activity).
To cut a notch in one side of (a tree) so as to control the direction in which the tree falls when it is felled.
Keywords:  unfilled, weld, groove, toe, melt
A depression at the toe of the weld which is below the surface of the base metal.
In welding, a groove melted into the base metal adjacent to the toe, or edge, of a weld and left unfilled.
A groove melted into the base metal adjacent to the braze and left unfilled by filler metal.
in the leadframe of a dual inline semiconductor package produced by etching, a beveled edge caused by the etchant attacking the metal laterally as well as vertically. Also see etch factor.
The lateral etching that occurs as the etching proceeds vertically.
The difference between the radius of the cylinder bearers and cylinder body in printing presses to allow for plate and packing thickness.
Keywords:  undercling, see
See undercling
An undercling.
A recess or depression in the plastic part that is not perpendicular to the parting line and causes the plastic part to stick in that half of the mold.
A recess or depression in a molded article, located in such a position that it impedes or makes impossible the ejection of the part by the normal opening of the molding machine.
An area of a part or mold that has an acute angle between two surfaces. If a part has an undercut a split mold is necessary.
Keywords:  shuffle, overhand, stack, stud, cheater
The final down card being the lowest hole card in low-hole stud. A shuffling technique used to stack the deck; cheater's tactic.
To draw out a packet of cards from the bottom of the pack prior to an overhand shuffle.
(1) The final down card being the lowest hole card in low-hole stud. (2) A shuffling technique for preparing a stacked deck. Especially useful for preparing two stacked hands simultaneously.
The lower or under side of a sirloin of beef; the fillet.
the tender meat of the loin muscle on each side of the vertebral column
Another name for fillet steak, tenderloin
strike (the ball) in golf, tennis, or hockey obliquely downward so as to give a backspin or elevation to the shot
Keywords:  reedy, stephen, martial, film, arts
Undercut is a 2004 martial arts film written and directed by Stephen Reedy.
Keywords:  unmelded, knocker, bonus, scores, plus
having unmelded points equal to or less than the knocker's; a player who undercuts the knocker scores the difference in the points in the hands plus a 20-point bonus
An overdeveloped, unstructured hollow incapable of holding ink. If undercuts develop on the plate, image exposure or screen exposure time or both must be increased. If this does not help, a lighter image positive must be made.
Opposite of overcut, this occurs when a player clips the object ball thicker than desired. The result tends to leave the object ball hanging over a pocket.
to sell goods or services at a price below that of (the competition or a competitor's price).
sell cheaper than one's competition
Keywords:  lid, nest, protrudes, skirt, inside
Ring inside container on nest wall. (There can be different kinds of undercuts at different locations on the container)
Portion of lid that protrudes from inside of skirt wall that extends under the container lip to hold the lid in place.
Keywords:  drag, underside, verb, noun, wing
Used both as a verb and a noun, this refers to removal of material on the underside of a wing to provide more, or less, drag and lift. Most commonly this is seen on the underside of the leading edge of a wing, in order to improve lift.
Excavation of ore from beneath a larger block of ore to induce its settlement under its own weight.
Keywords:  threat, enemy, neutralizes, above
a threat which neutralizes an enemy threat above it.
Keywords:  palm, best, hold, hand, facing
A Hold which is best used with the palm of the hand facing up.
Keywords:  relief, see
Keywords:  gear, teeth, bottom, contact, area
is the bottom of the area between two gear teeth where no gear-to gear contact should be made.